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Gimme Five: Boz Scaggs on David Paich, Duane Allman and, yeah, Silk Degrees

Gimme Five: Boz Scaggs on David Paich, Duane Allman and, yeah, Silk Degrees

We took a break from our non-stop heavy rotation of Boz Scaggs’ new Top 20 album Memphis to dig further back into his stirring catalog of sophisticated soul, sizzling R&B and gritty blues.

Monday Michiru – Soulception (2012)

In some ways, Monday Michiru is the Norah Jones of Japan: one of the few jazz-oriented female vocalists who are currently a true star, born to a famous musical father from another land.

Monika Borzym – Girl Talk (2011)

This is the album that big-voiced throwback singers like Amy Winehouse and Adele should have been making all along. As if to underscore the point, Monika Borzym even opens Girl Talk with a tune associated with Winehouse

One Track Mind: Anastasia Barzee, "Dinner at Eight" (2011)

Some songs are so personal, so specific, that you wonder if anyone else could ever do them justice. Rufus Wainwright’s “Dinner at Eight,” originally about a confrontation with his often-absent father, was one of them. Until now

Matt Geraghty Project – Departures (2011)

Bassist Matt Geraghty found the perfect name for his new contemporary jazz release, since Departure moves so very far outside of the expectations for labels like “contemporary jazz.”

Gimme Five: Lenny White on "Vulcan Worlds," "Bitches Brew," "Sofistifunk," others

On this special edition of Something Else! Reviews’ One Track Mind, we hand the reins over to Lenny White, drummer with fusion-rock pioneers Return to Forever.

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